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thing2
2007.08.06, 12:33 AM
i was wondering if anyone makes a battery case

ub0211042
2007.08.06, 03:54 AM
i was wondering if anyone makes a battery case
u can find it at all-battery dot com

thing2
2007.08.06, 06:46 AM
thanks they had the exact ones i wanted

arch2b
2007.08.06, 08:06 AM
the best battery case i've ever found were 45 shell cases. tehy come in 25, 50 and 100, aaa's fit perfectly. to top it off, the 100 count case is less than $3.

TALLGEESE
2007.08.06, 12:47 PM
the best battery case i've ever found were 45 shell cases. tehy come in 25, 50 and 100, aaa's fit perfectly. to top it off, the 100 count case is less than $3.

Yeah, Arch is right on there, me and a couple of fellow racers in D.C. use the MTM Case-Guard P-50 44MAG, 45L.Colt cartridge holder boxes.. They're really cheap.. The ones we use are smoked/gunmetal colored plastic...

BobT
2007.08.08, 05:00 PM
II use two methods to carry AAA cells. The first is a four-cell box from Radio Shack. These boxes have an on/off switch and leads to use with a charger or discharger.

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v84/Bob_T/In%20The%20Pits/DSCF3534.jpg

The second method is a small tackle box that holds up to 9 4-cell packs.

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v84/Bob_T/In%20The%20Pits/DSCF3536.jpg

arch2b
2007.08.08, 06:23 PM
here is a picture of the cases i use
http://mini-zracer.com/mini-zgallery/data/968/medium/IMG_2748.JPG

lfisminiz
2007.08.08, 08:28 PM
Thats the ticket for batteries. ;)

cowboysir
2007.08.08, 11:56 PM
Can I just say "holy freaking cell box Batman!" arch...22 sets of aaa's enough for you?! :eek:

arch2b
2007.08.09, 07:46 AM
actually, i usually run out :eek: between my son sucking them down in his drift awd and running both hfay directions in one day can really take a toll. we typically run 8-10 races in a day including qualifiers. i'd rather have a few extra than come up short :)

besides, our club went in on a group buy and got lots of batteries for very cheap.

minittrackmann
2007.08.12, 02:09 AM
actually, i usually run out :eek: between my son sucking them down in his drift awd and running both hfay directions in one day can really take a toll. we typically run 8-10 races in a day including qualifiers. i'd rather have a few extra than come up short :)

besides, our club went in on a group buy and got lots of batteries for very cheap.


hey arch were did u get that battery case?? it is sweet. i need one:)

byebye
2007.08.12, 06:47 AM
hey arch were did u get that battery case?? it is sweet. i need one:)

I think online or at any sporting goods store that sells ammunition. I bought mine for less than $2 and it holds about 12 sets of batteries.

Kris

minittrackmann
2007.08.12, 10:56 AM
I think online or at any sporting goods store that sells ammunition. I bought mine for less than $2 and it holds about 12 sets of batteries.

Kris

wow. thanks. think sports authority has them?

TALLGEESE
2007.08.13, 06:07 PM
wow. thanks. think sports authority has them?

What's up, the Sports Authority by my house sells them.. Hope that helps you out...

jaank
2007.10.07, 02:30 AM
here is a picture of the cases i use
http://mini-zracer.com/mini-zgallery/data/968/medium/IMG_2748.JPG

Where buy these case?We have club:Hobikeskus and we rent a batterys.But these is very many.

Sorry for my bad english.

arch2b
2007.10.07, 08:51 AM
most sport equipment stores or specifically, any gun shop will be garuantee'ed to have them.

byebye
2007.10.07, 09:38 AM
most sport equipment stores or specifically, any gun shop will be garuantee'ed to have them.

Probably not a whole lot of gun shops where he might be from.

http://www.mtmcase-gard.com/products/handgun/ammo_boxes.html

This came right off the cover of mine.

EDIT: Scroll down to E50-45, thats the one I have. It can hold up to 50 batteries. If you scroll up to P100-45 I assume 100 batteries.

Kris